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Bryce Callahan Reportedly Leaving Bears to Sign With Vic Fangio, Broncos

Callahan had a pair of interceptions last season for the Bears

The Chicago Bears will say goodbye to another one of their free agents, as cornerback Bryce Callahan has reportedly reunited with former defensive coordinator Vic Fangio in Denver.

Callahan, who had a pair of interceptions and two sacks this season for the Bears, has inked a three-year deal worth $21 million with the Broncos, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter and other reports.

Approximately $10 million of that money is guaranteed, according to Schefter.

Callahan was a standout player for the Bears’ secondary last season, serving as the primary slot cornerback in Fangio’s system. Now, with Buster Skrine now in the fold in Chicago, he had to look elsewhere for a job, and several days into free agency he found one with the architect of the Bears’ defense from a season ago.

In his four year NFL career, Callahan has four interceptions and 20 passes defended in 45 games, and the undrafted free agent has four sacks and a total of 122 tackles.

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